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Review:hdawg says:
I read your A/N before the actual chapter, and have to say that HARRY IS NOT DELUSIONAL. THIS IS REAL LIFE. I WILL REMAIN ON THIS SHIP UNTIL THE END. I AM THE CAPTAIN OF THIS SHIP (lies, that's mel). THIS IS REAL I TELL YOU. Anyway, onwards with this wonderful piece of writing.

And aw Harry, buying the scones for Draco. That whole paragraph made me hopeful and sad at the same time. Why can't his dreams be reality too? And does Draco dream these things as well? I hope he does and they're both meeting in these dreams together, unaware that the other knows it's not real...or is it?

"Yes. You look like you're in love," she smiles" YEAH HE IS! AWO~

This is so deep and hits on the core of the story (I feel. You as author can debate me and squash me like a bug, but this is what I have been trying to say when I talk about reality and dreams in my other reviews, but you being wonderful hit it on the head so easily): "suddenly Harry is sad for her. What if she's missing out on the person she's supposed to be with because he doesn't exist here? Did it even work like that?"

Harry has nightmares within his dreams? Or is it that every time he wakes up it's from the 'nightmare' of his own reality? And the only safety he feels is within this haven he's built for himself in his head, in which everything is the opposite of what it is in real life? Okay, you kind of answered my questions: "Those dreams...they sound a lot like his life during the war."

YES! "Is it really such a stretch to think that maybe this whole thing isn't as much of a dream as he has always told himself?/What if this is real and the life he always remembered living is all in his head?" This is such a mindfuck but this is brilliant. A proper Inception/Memento piece. Christopher Nolan would be proud.

"no matter how angry they get, there's a mutual understanding that chocolate and gifts can fix just about anything." There is nothing in the world more important to marital/relationship bliss than chocolate/alcohol.

STOP MESSING WITH MY MIND AND MY EMOTIONS ANNIE! THIS IS BRILL AND I WANT IT TO BE REAL AND I AM SAD THAT IT MIGHT NOT BE AND THAT I ONLY HAVE TWO CHAPTERS LEFT. ARE YOU SURE YOU'RE NOT CHRISTOPHER NOLAN?

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